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Published: Aug 27, 2018 License: Apache-2.0, Apache-2.0 Imports: 7 Imported by: 0

README

DragonBoard™ 410c

The DragonBoard 410c, a product of Arrow Electronics, is the development board based on the mid-tier Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 410E processor. It features advanced processing power, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity, and GPS, all packed into a board the size of a credit card.

How to Install

Make sure you are using the latest Linaro Debian image. Both AArch32 and AArch64 work™ though you should stick to 64bit as OS internals may be different and aren't tested.

You would normally install Go and Gobot on your workstation. Once installed, cross compile your program on your workstation, transfer the final executable to your DragonBoard and run the program on the DragonBoard itself as documented here.

go get -d -u gobot.io/x/gobot/...

How to Use

The pin numbering used by your Gobot program should match the way your board is labeled right on the board itself. See here.

package main

import (
    "fmt"

    "gobot.io/x/gobot"
    "gobot.io/x/gobot/drivers/gpio"
    "gobot.io/x/gobot/platforms/dragonboard"
)

func main() {
    dragonAdaptor := dragonboard.NewAdaptor()
    button := gpio.NewButtonDriver(dragonAdaptor, "GPIO_A")

    work := func() {
        gobot.On(button.Event("push"), func(data interface{}) {
            fmt.Println("button pressed")
        })

        gobot.On(button.Event("release"), func(data interface{}) {
            fmt.Println("button released")
        })
    }

    robot := gobot.NewRobot("buttonBot",
        []gobot.Connection{chipAdaptor},
        []gobot.Device{button},
        work,
    )

    robot.Start()
}

How to Connect

Compiling

Compile your Gobot program on your workstation like this:

$ GOARCH=arm64 GOOS=linux go build examples/dragon_button.go

Once you have compiled your code, you can you can upload your program and execute it on the DragonBoard from your workstation using the scp and ssh commands like this:

$ scp dragon_button root@192.168.1.xx:
$ ssh -t root@192.168.1.xx "./dragon_button"

Documentation

Overview

Package dragonboard contains the Gobot adaptor for the DragonBoard 410c

For further information refer to the chip README: https://github.com/hybridgroup/gobot/blob/master/platforms/dragonboard/README.md

Index

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Types

type Adaptor

type Adaptor struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Adaptor represents a Gobot Adaptor for a DragonBoard 410c

func NewAdaptor

func NewAdaptor() *Adaptor

NewAdaptor creates a DragonBoard 410c Adaptor

func (*Adaptor) Connect

func (c *Adaptor) Connect() (err error)

Connect initializes the board

func (*Adaptor) DigitalPin added in v1.5.0

func (c *Adaptor) DigitalPin(pin string, dir string) (sysfsPin *sysfs.DigitalPin, err error)

DigitalPin returns matched digitalPin for specified values

func (*Adaptor) DigitalRead

func (c *Adaptor) DigitalRead(pin string) (val int, err error)

DigitalRead reads digital value to the specified pin. Valids pins are the GPIO_A through GPIO_L pins from the extender (pins 23-34 on header J8), as well as the SoC pins aka all the other pins, APQ GPIO_0-GPIO_122 and PM_MPP_0-4.

func (*Adaptor) DigitalWrite

func (c *Adaptor) DigitalWrite(pin string, val byte) (err error)

DigitalWrite writes digital value to the specified pin. Valids pins are the GPIO_A through GPIO_L pins from the extender (pins 23-34 on header J8), as well as the SoC pins aka all the other pins, APQ GPIO_0-GPIO_122 and PM_MPP_0-4.

func (*Adaptor) Finalize

func (c *Adaptor) Finalize() (err error)

Finalize closes connection to board and pins

func (*Adaptor) GetConnection

func (c *Adaptor) GetConnection(address int, bus int) (connection i2c.Connection, err error)

GetConnection returns a connection to a device on a specified bus. Valid bus number is [0..1] which corresponds to /dev/i2c-0 through /dev/i2c-1.

func (*Adaptor) GetDefaultBus

func (c *Adaptor) GetDefaultBus() int

GetDefaultBus returns the default i2c bus for this platform

func (*Adaptor) Name

func (c *Adaptor) Name() string

Name returns the name of the Adaptor

func (*Adaptor) SetName

func (c *Adaptor) SetName(n string)

SetName sets the name of the Adaptor

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